Question QFB1 : At the close of 8th century, Freed slaves of West African ancestry began to arrive and settle in _____.
Question QFB2 : Some of the freed slaves in Sierra-Leone were engaged in ____.
Question QFB3 : Abeokuta served as a home place for _____.
Answer: Freed slaves
Question QFB4 : The formation of the Society of the _____ for the spreading of the Roman Catholic faith helped in the planting of Christianity in Nigeria.
Answer: African Mission
Question QFB5 : The Royal Niger Company was the Lord of the ____area in the early 1890s.
Answer: Niger Delta
Question QFB6 : ___ hindered the spread of Roman Catholic Faith in the Northern Nigeria in 1890.
Question QFB7 : The non-interference policy of ____ was seen as the greatest obstacle to missionary work in Northern Nigeria by the missionaries in the Eastern Nigeria.
Answer: Sir Lugard
Question QFB8 : ____ planned a Freed slaves Home where the children would receive a secular education.
Question QFB9 : In 1902, Reverend Johnson Samuel was appointed the ____of the Egba United Government.
Question QFB10 : Reverend _____ became the Prime Minister of Alake around 1898 and 1911.
Answer: D.O. Williams
Question QFB11 : In 1900, the Alake of Egba land named ____ became a devoted Christian and abandoned the traditional customs of the land.
Question QFB12 : The people of ____ were responsible for the expenses of the missionaries that were stationed in their areas.
Answer: Niger Delta
Question QFB13 : The land of ____ which was known for violence became very peaceful as a result of Christian’s involvement in the political and social affairs of the city.
Question QFB14 : King William Pepple who ruled Bonny land between 1835 and 1867 appealed to the ____ Mission in Edinburgh 1848 to come to his kingdom and establish a mission station.
Question QFB15 : Under king ____ slaves were badly fed and ill-treated.
Question QFB16 : For the wrong notion which ___ had against the establishment of the mission station in Bonny land, he advised the chiefs to send away African Missionaries including Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther.
Question QFB17 : Consequently, Bishop Crowther relocated from Bonny to ____ and established a Mission station.
Question QFB18 : In 1901, Lord Lugard, the Governor of the Niger area, enacted a law that ___unjust practices in the land.
Question QFB19 : King ____ kicked against the missionaries for his selfishness.
Question QFB20 : The Brass Chiefs imposed a fine of ____ on all the adherents of Christianity.
Answer: Seventy thousand pounds
Question QFB21 : Some people of Brass accused ____ for being responsible for the outbreak of smallpox that affected their children.
Question QFB22 : ____ Missionaries imposed Christianity on the Ibo people around 1898.
Question QFB23 : The Qua Ibo Mission Congregationalist organization at Belfast established their Mission station Headquarters at ___
Question QFB24 : The Methodist established their Headquarters at ___
Question QFB25 : The _____established their Headquarters in Onitsha.
Answer: Church Missionary Society
Question QFB26 : Adams, Rattray and Mary Slessor accompanied the Missionaries into the land of the ____in Nigeria.
Question QFB27 : ____ was made the headquarters of the Nupe Emirate.
Question QFB28 : Islam was introduced to the people of Akoko-Gbangiri by the ___ Muslim traders.
Question QFB29 : However, in 1865, the ____ helped the people of Akoko-Gbangiri to chase away the warriors who were terrorizing them under the Emire Massawa.
Answer: Royal Niger Company
Question QFB30 : The spread of Christianity in ____land was not through the Missionaries but by Mr. Daniel Olowolayemo
Question QFB31 : The invitation of the Missionaries from Lokoja by ____ helped the rapid spread of Christianity in Kabba land
Answer: Daniel Olowolayemo
Question QFB32 : Christianity was introduced in ____land in 1893 by the ex-slaves
Question QFB33 : ___ a native of Ode-Ekiti introduced the religion of Christianity to her people.
Answer: Mary Oja
Question QFB34 : The elders of Ode-Ekiti were annoyed because ___ has converted the son of the priest of Olu Oke god whom the elders looked upon to take after his father in serving the god of Ode-Ekiti.
Answer: Mary Oja
Question QFB35 : ___ was another woman who aided the spread of Christianity in Ekiti land.
Question QMC1 : The arrival of freed slaves into ____ in 1841, made Christians in the Great Britain to change the policies of the government.
Question QMC2 : Prof. ____ guided the Church Missionary Society in linguistic studies in Hausa, Kanuri, Ibo and Ijaw.
Question QMC3 : The early missionaries were faced with the following challenges except __
Question QMC4 : Bishop Ajayi Crowther was part of the ___ expedition
Question QMC5 : In which of the expeditions did all the explorers return alive without a record of death.
Question QMC6 : The spread of the Roman Catholic faith was hindered in 1890 by ____
Question QMC7 : At ____ the missionaries witnessed human sacrifice and slavery.
Question QMC8 : The British Government's policy of 'non-interference' was seen as the greatest evil imaginable by the missionaries in the ____ Nigeria.
Question QMC9 : The ____ region witnessed the advent of Christianity in 1864.
Question QMC10 : Who among the following missionaries established a mission station in Bonny?
Question QMC11 : Who among the following built a tower for the Church bell at Bonny?
Question QMC12 : King ___ offered to pay the annual salaries of the missionaries worth five hundred pounds as encouragement for evangelism.
Question QMC13 : King ___ of the Niger-Delta region replaced their traditional constitution with the Christian constitution.
Question QMC14 : King ___ supported the Presbyterian to establish Mission stations and schools in Bonny land.
Question QMC15 : _____ King that kicked against the Missionaries for his selfishness.
Question QMC16 : Etinan was the Headquarters of ____ Mission.
Question QMC17 : ____ Mission established their Headquarters in Onitsha.
Question QMC18 : Which of the following is not among the strategies the missionaries to Akoko-Gbangiri area used the following strategies, except:
Question QMC19 : _____ Christian traders were responsible for the advent of Christianity to Akoko-Gbangiri land.
Question QMC20 : The spread of Christianity in Owe land was done by ____.
Question QMC21 : The people of ___abandoned the worship of Ebora to the Christian religion.
Question QMC22 : However, in 1912, the Nigerian Baptist Convention was officially formed. It is now completely self-governing, self-propagating, and _____.
Question QMC23 : King ___ of Egba land welcomed the Missionaries to his Kingdom.
Question QMC24 : The people of ____ refused to grant permission to the Missionaries to enter their land around 1888.
Question QMC25 : ____ Secret society was against the spread of Christianity in Yoruba land.
Question QMC26 : Governor ___ was a stumbling block in the planting of Christianity in Nigeria.
Question QMC27 : Which among the following is the non-indigenous Missionary Movement in Nigeria?
Question QMC28 : Which of the following institutions is the proprietor of Bowen University, a university named in honour of Reverend Thomas Jefferson?
Question QMC29 : ____ is responsible for the construction of Ikare-Owo road.
Question QMC30 : The Celestial faith worldwide was founded by____
Question QMC31 : ___ was the only mission that volunteered to spread the Good News to Ogori land without any invitation.
Question QMC32 : The King of England was prayed for by ____
Question QMC33 : The Faith Tabernacle Society transformed into ___ Church.
Question QMC34 : Helen was another woman who aided the spread of Christianity in ___ land.
Question QMC35 : ____ led the people of Ode-Ekiti to embrace Christianity.